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Monday, July 31, 2006

'Disappointed' bank robber get 5 years

Unhappy robber gets 5 years
A 38-year-old bank robber who said he was disappointed in his haul of small-denomination bills got a medium-denomination sentence today of five years in federal prison without parole.
Daniel M. Fuentes of Topeka said he saw the bills while examining his duffel bag of loot for dye packs. He was arrested about 10 minutes after the robbery. The bag contained $4,288, prosecutors said.
His presentence memorandum talks a lot about mental problems.

Source: U.S. Attorney Eric Melgren's office in Kansas, PACER


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